The Travel Bubble project between Australia and Singapore could take several months to start. due to the delay in vaccination against COVID-19 to the people of Australia
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison spoke at a joint news conference. After discussing online with Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Thursday (June 10), the two countries are preparing a system to allow travel between Singapore and Australia. The same happened between Australia and New Zealand. But warned that the international travel program still had to wait for some time.
Mr Lee said the Travel Bubble program depends on the vaccination rate. When most of the population is vaccinated We will consider opening travel easier.
The report stated that International travel may be postponed by several months. Only 5.5 million of the 26 million Australians have received at least one dose of the vaccine right now, so border restrictions are likely to be in place until next year. prevent covid-19 to all citizens by the end of October
Singapore and Australia are among the few countries in the Asia-Pacific region to contain the spread of COVID-19. and has not relaxed the border restrictions. The Australian government has ordered the border closure. and non-citizens and non-residents have been permitted to enter the country since last year. while Singapore does not allow short-term travelers to enter the country. Except for those in some projects, such as green lanes for business travelers.
–InfoQuest Translated and edited by Worawit Sitthiwang/Kalayanee Tel. 02-253-5000 ext. 363 Email: [email protected]–